We have a tendency to appreciate and focus on the aesthetic or visual aspect of architecture, the phenomenon of capturing the vision and exercising it on the other senses. Through my dissertation research, I was able to identify the relationships between our emotions and the textures surrounding us. This database helped me to integrate two formal, sensory aspects into the furniture that I present in my free topic. The aim of this fusion was to create underlying sensory experiences in the “typical” furniture that surrounds us, such as a sofa, chair or dining table. These sensory experiences are inspired by the psychology and the imagination, bringing a new perspective to these objects, a view and an attitude of childhood.